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Stephen Fitz-James Trabue
  
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Years covered: 1891


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STEPHEN FITZ-JAMES TRABUE
(born Jun-28-1857, died Feb-28-1928, 70 years old) United States of America

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1. S F Trabue vs L Uedemann 0-15518914th USA Chess AssociationC42 Petrov Defense

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  Tabanus: Lexington Leader, 29 February 1928, p. 18: <

JUDGE STEPHEN TRABUE DIES
LOUISVILLE - Judge Stephen Fitz-James Trabue, 70, for several years an attorney in Louisville, died in a hospital at Fort Myers, Fla. Judge Trabue was born at "Weehakden," in Franklin county, the family home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Trabue. He attended the University of Virginia. For the last 20 years he lived in Florida, where he served as Charlotte county judge. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie South Trabue, two daughters, Miss Virginia Taylor Trabue and Miss Marion South Trabue; a sister, Miss Alice Elizabeth Trabue, of Louisville, and two brothers, Edmund F. Trabue, of Louisville, and W. C. Trabue, of Philadelphia. Burial will be at Frankfort, Ky.>

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